Yes. I think ours is even more than that.
25-25.5 Celsius is the best temperature
Try the off temperature. Can't cost anything to not use it.
Benefits of central air conditioning are being able to control the temperature inside of your home, lower level of noise if you have an outdoor unit, and it can improve indoor air quality.
You can search for a local temperature control company and find their air conditioning programs. You can then set up an appointment and have your air conditioning down within a week.
You should send the cool air wherever it will do the most good.
central air conditioning is invented in 1902. You can read the history of it and find out more information about air conditioning at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_conditioning
If your referring to the cooling portion of your central air conditioning the answer is no.
Our house's outlet temperature at the floor register is about 14C/57F on a day when the outside temperature is 30C/86F. But I feel the register temperature is a bit too warm...
A very good place to read about central air conditioning systems is consumer reports. They have a good guide on purchasing central air conditioning systems.
a central air conditioning system contains an indoor unit and outdoor unit. the condenser extracts air from the indoors moves it out and brings cool air through the furnace which then distributes it through ducts in the house. in winter time the furnace works to provide your home with warm air. your thermostat is the control center for your central A/C system. when the temperature rises passed the set temperature the thermostat tell the rest of the system to kick on and when the set temperature is reach the system shuts of so in simple terms a central air conditioning systems contains a group of components that distribute air through ducts in the home
Central air conditioning is centralling located and can be used to cool several units. It has a central control that controls temperatures for multiple rooms.
There could be a number of problems. Dirty ducts or heat exchanger. Wrong speed on the fan, or turning the wrong way. Plugged filters or vents.